From: Denis Jacquerye (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 21:44:30 CST
On 10/20/05, David Starner <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 10/19/05, Denis Jacquerye <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Isn't inverted interrobang simply the sequence U+00BF + U+00A1 ?
> No, no more than w is vv. Interrobang doesn't even have a
> compatibility decomposition to ?! or !?, so it would be inconsistent
> to treat inverted interrobang as anything but a unified character
> (whether or not it's worth encoding). This just isn't the same as
> accented characters that can be combined.
My question was "Isn't inverted interrobang simply the sequence
U+00BF + U+00A1". I frankly don't care what interrobang is or isn't,
and I don't think it is relevant here. Legacy is legacy, you have to
look forward. Inverted interrobang is not simply the interrobang
Inverted interrobang is U+00BF + U+00A1 as far as I can tell, inverted
question mark followed by inverted exclamation mark. You're answer
"No" doesn't make it clear why not?
-- Denis Moyogo Jacquerye --- http://home.sus.mcgill.ca/~moyogo
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